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Blindaid

Blindaid is a charity supporting blind and visually impaired individuals living in 12 London Boroughs and the City of London.

It is able to provide practical support through home visits and a telephone support service. They can also provide radio/audio equipment on long term loan in partnership with the British Wireless for the Blind as well as benefit assessments.

Grants up to £300 are available for those on low incomes to help blind and partially sighted people maintain independence and reduce isolation. These are usually made through referrals by Social Services or other agencies.

They are able to fund domestic items and specialist equipment such as talking clocks, talking microwaves and big button phones. Contributions can also be made towards computer equipment.

Support is available in the following London Borough's: Camden, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith & Fulham, Islington & The City, Kensington & Chelsea, Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth and Westminster.

www.blindaid.org.uk







St Andrew Holborn Charity

The charity is a collection of charities gifted to St Andrews Church.  

It provides funds for individuals and charities for the relief of need and education

To qualify for a grant an individual has to live within specific boundaries in the St. Pancrass/Chancery Lane area for at least 3 years - this is detailed on their website map.

It funds household items such as kitchen appliances, furnishings and clothing.

Two of the charities are able to give educational grants towards books, computers, musical instruments, uniforms and travel money.  Termly grants can be awarded to disabled children.

Annual awards are also considered for the elderly, sick, disabled or young widows.

To apply: download an application form from the website.

The charities also support local organisations working with individuals in need and for the benefit of education.

www.standrewholborne.org.uk







St John Southworth Fund

The St John Southworth Fund administers a number of schemes that provide funding to individuals and groups within the parishes in Hackney, Tower Hamlets and Islington Deaneries.

It is able to assist the following  groups:

  • The poor
  • Elderly and infirm
  • The homeless
  • The disabled
  • Deprived children

Grants for individuals are usually recommended by the local parish or relevant organisation.  Emergency grants can be considered up to a maximum of £250.

Organisations can apply for grants up to £10,000 and are made for one year.

The grants panel meets four times a year.  Application forms for both individuals and organisations can be downloaded from the website.

www.rcdow.org.uk







Skinners' Benevolent Trust

The Skinners' Benevolent Trust supports isolated adults living on low income.

It provides grants up to £250 for essential household items that are not covered by statutory funding.  

The Trust prioritises adults:

  • living with mental health issues
  • who are in recovery from substance.alcohol use
  • victims of domestic violence

It also help those in receipt of the state retirement pension and adults with a disability or chronic illness.

Applicants must live in one of the following areas:

  • City of London
  • London borough of Camden (particularly Kings Cross)
  • London borough of Enfield
  • London borough of Hackney
  • London borough of Hounslow
  • London borough of Tonbridge and Malling
  • West Kent

They must also be living on their own or with children under 18 years, and be in receipt of means tested benefits.

Applications for funding must be made by a sponsor/sponsoring agency such as social services or a local charity.

www.skinnerhall.co.uk













Groups and Charities


The City Bridge Trust

The City Bridge Trust supports charitable activities that benefit Greater London run by charitiable organisations, CIC and other non profit making companies.  It does not provide grants to individuals.

The Trust prioritises a number of areas:

  • Accessible London - transport and building
  • Accessible Sports -  capital and project costs for disabled sport
  • Bridging Communities 
  • Improving Londoner's Mental Health
  • London's Environment
  • Older Londoner's
  • Positive Transitions to Independent Living
  • Strengthening the Third Sector
  • Greening the Third Sector

The amount of grant money available varying between the different areas.

Applications can be made by downloading an application form or through an on-line application.

www.citybridgetrust.org.uk







Enabled 4 Growth

The Enabled 4 Growth initiative run by Leonard Cheshire Disability aims to help small to medium businesses led by disabled business owners in London.

It is designed to support and help businesses survive difficult trading conditions and improve financial management. Each person will have 1:1 sessions with a Business Link advisor, the opportunity to network and support in finding funding.

For the full eligibility criteria click here. To apply, complete the on-line registration form.

www.enabled4growth.com







Fishmongers' Company's Charitable Trust

The Fishmongers' Company’s Charitable Trust awards funding to charities concerned with education,disability, hardship, heritage and the environment.

The charities must operate within the City of London and the boroughs of Camden, Hackney, Islington, Lambeth, Southwark, Tower Hamlets and Westminster. They must also have an annual income of less than £500,000.

Grants are provided for specific projects rather than core funding.

Education establishments in these area working with disabled students may also apply.

www.fishhall.org.uk







Help A Capital Child

95.8 Capital Radio's Help a Capital Child provides funding for groups supporting children and young people with an illness, disability or special need in London.

Registered charities, voluntary organisations, and community groups are able to apply if they are working with disadvantaged children and young people living in the FM transmission area.

Groups are able to apply up to a maximum of 5,000. To apply complete the on-line form to request an application form and grant guidelines or download from the website.

Each year there are two funding rounds.  Dates for 2013 have yet to be announced.

www.capitalfm.com







London Catalyst

The London Catalyst supports projects which "Make a difference" by tackling poverty and improving the health of people in need.

It has three grant programmes open to charities, voluntary and community organisations within the M25 orbital motorway:

  • Special Interest Grants - From £3,000 for projects that deal with health inequalities and ill health, disability and poverty
  • Samaritan Grants - Between £100 to £2,000 for social work and hospital teams (including hospices and hospitals in the NHS), community and voluntary groups working with people in need
  • Small Grants - Up to £3,000 to help set up health or social welfare projects

Application forms can be downloaded from the website.

www.londoncatalyst.org.uk







Harrow - Edward Harvist Trust

Voluntary and community groups benefiting people who live, work, or attend school in Harrow are invited to apply for small grants up to a maximum of £2,000.

In particular, the Trust would like to encourage applications from small and emerging voluntary groups looking for one-off capital grants.

Harrow Council receives the money from the Edward Harvist Trust for distribution three times a year.

Applicants are asked to supply a letter of application detailing who the beneficiaries will be, what you are applying for and why together with the cost and quotations. 

www.harrow.gov.uk







Sir Walter St John's Education Charity

This Charity provdes grants to children and young people living in the London Boroughs of Wandsworth and Lambeth.

It runs two funding programmes for community organisations:

  • Small Education Grants - up to £1,000 for local community groups or voluntary organisations towards projects that support disadvantaged children, including disabled children and young carers. This may include residential trips, holiday schemes and activities.
  • Strategic Grants - To support organisations running educational projects for young carers and secondary school aged refugees and asylum seekers. The Charity will award grants up to £30,000 a year for three years.

The Charity also provides education grants for individuals aged 16 to 25 years who are permanently resident in Lambeth and Wandsworth for at least 6 months. Disabled young people are eligible to apply for funding towards their additional education and training costs.

To apply, contact the Charity's Manager, Melenie Griffiths on 020 7498 8878 for an informal discussion and an application form.

www.swsjcharity.org.uk







Wandsworth Healthwatch

Small grants are available to enable Community and Seldom Heard groups to engage with the commissioning of local NHS services.

Grants of up to £2,500 are available over the next year (2015/16) to enable these organisations take part in shaping future healthcare provision. Priority will be given to groups who have not been previously involved in the scheme.

The Wandsworth Healthwatch is responsible for administering the grants and monitoring how they are used.

More information can be obtained by emailing office@wandcareall.org.uk marked for the attention of Dave Peers.

http://wca.btck.co.uk/
















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